Business levels at Lane End Conference Centre, Buckinghamshire are at their best ever, despite the ongoing recession.
The independently owned specialist conference venue - which hosts meetings and events for a broad range of national and international corporate businesses - reports that confirmed bookings are at their highest in seven years.
Steven Edwards a former student of Lane End Conference Centre’s Head Chef Mike Day has been crowned the overall winner of MasterChef: The Professionals 2013.
Steven, 27, originally trained under Mike as an apprentice at the Burnham Beeches Hotel, Windsor.
A previous student of Lane End’s Executive Head Chef is whipping up a storm in the final of MasterChef: The Professionals.
Steven Edwards, a former apprentice of Lane End Conference Centre’s Head Chef Mike Day, is through to the final of MasterChef: The Professionals.
Steven, 26, who was mentored by Mike at the Corus Hotels Chefs’ School in 2003, has been chosen as one of four finalists in the televised cookery competition.
A world-leading media and entertainment company selected Lane End Conference Centre to host its team building event in November.
18 members of the media giant who deliver films, programmes and news to a global audience - converged at the residential conference centre in Buckinghamshire for their quarterly team away day.
We were delighted to welcome 18 members of a global media company to Lane End Conference Centre. The international company - who produce a range of popular entertainment and news programmes including the US version of the The Voice and Saturday Night Live – chose Lane End to host its quarterly team building event.
Renowned camera retailer Jessops held its annual Christmas Conference at Lane End Conference Centre in November.
A young chef mentored by Lane End Conference Centre’s Head Chef Mike Day has made it to the quarter-finals of ‘MasterChef: The Professionals’.
Jessops, well-known photographic retailer and phoenix of the beleaguered British high street, held its 2013 Christmas Conference at Lane End Conference Centre, Buckinghamshire.
After going into administration in early 2013, the Jessops brand was bought by a consortium of buyers led by business entrepreneur and star of Dragons’ Den, Peter Jones.
In business, traditional lecture-style training - sometimes referred to as ‘chalk-and-talk’ - is useful but how much information is absorbed?
This is where experiential learning comes into play.
Step away from your company car – meeting in person is like so last year!
A recent survey of 1,205 business decision makers shows that 96% consider video conferencing removes distance barriers and improves productivity.
‘Video conferencing is booming amongst businesses’ says Lane End Conference Centre.
The leading conference venue in Buckinghamshire one of the largest specialist conference centres in the UK has seen a steep rise in companies using video conference technology in the past 12 months.